The Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR), a unit in the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences , is committed to the land-grant mission of the university, which is excellence in teaching, research and outreach. AGNR offers professional programs designed to prepare students for future academic and career paths, and technical courses designed to develop practical production and management skills.
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*Students can select options in either Agriculture or Natural Resources that will provide preparation for graduate study. A Baccalaureate degree is conferred upon completion of a minimum of 120 hours of course work.
Why choose Agriculture and Natural Resources programs at DSU?
AGNR students are immersed in an educational environment, which offers faculty who are experts in their fields, small class sizes, a variety of majors, opportunities for hands-on experience, and a sound foundation for a career in agriculture or natural resources, or an advanced degree.